I do hope that everyone is well, in spite of the recent Lockdown restrictions. I want to send the link (below) to this Sunday's service, which was recorded in my Fireside Room, integrating images from the Church to supplement. That service will be made public (premier) on Sunday, April 18th at 6am. Please feel free to join the service anytime after that! This week I will be taking you on a 'virtual' tour of one of Rome's great landmarks, the Church of St. Bartholomew, Tiber Island. The Church was built around 950 AD, and today it is a shrine to the Martyrs of the 20 and 21st Centuries. Using my experience of visiting St. Barth's two years ago, and sharing some of those photos with you, I hope that the message of Sunday's Gospel "You are witnesses of these things", might speak to you afresh from within our present situation.
All the best, keep safe, be well.
We acknowledge that the land on which we gather is the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee & Anishinaabe. This territory is covered by the Upper Canada Treaties, and is directly adjacent to Haldimand Treaty Territory.
The Anglican bishops of the province of Ontario have collectively made the decision to temporarily suspend all Sunday worship services, effective immediately and until further notice.. Please click on the button below & see our bulletin for our next Sunday service
We are a medium size parish that is committed to following Christ. St. Alban's is known as a friendly, welcoming community where newcomers feel valued & people feel engaged.
The Rev. F.C. Piper, of St. Luke's Church in Smithville, began ministering to the Beamsville community in 1886. The church building was erected in 1889. Between 1901 and 1908 Beamsville was united with St. John's Church, Winona. Later on the connection to Smithville was re-established
The Anglican Foundation of Canada was established in 1957 to encourage and support ministry within the Anglican Church of Canada where the need was greatest. The Foundation has provided support through loans and grants for a vast array of infrastructure projects, such as church and rectory renovations, washroom and kitchen installations, and accessibility improvements. The Foundation’s funding program also supports theological education and innovative ministry projects. In 2017, the Anglican Foundation celebrated 60 years of supporting ministry in the Canadian Church. There are twelve board directors from across the country who make decisions regarding grants, exercise financial oversight, and set the strategic direction. The board is chaired by the Most Rev. Fred Hiltz, Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, and the day-to-day operations are managed by Executive Director Judy Rois. Mission The Anglican Foundation of Canada seeks to foster Anglican presence by providing abundant resources for innovative ministry and diverse infrastructure projects and theological formation throughout the Canadian church
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4341 Ontario Street Beamsville, Ontario, L0R 1B0.